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minutes behind between davis and sacramento. >> a landmark in bayview district is official, a bar celebrated the 54th anniversary and last week was an official san francisco historical landmark. iit, the owner, was the first black man to run for mayor. >> the former starting quaterback of the super bowl-bound 49ers, but this remain on, smith could get ready to leave the bay. >> developing news from the peninsula, a car overturns late at night kill, three people and injuring two others and the family connection we are >> live from the broadcast center, this is abc7 news. >> it is monday. thanks for joining us. i am kristen sze. >> let's see how the week is starting off. mike? >> well start with live doppler 7 hd, starting off dry. good morning, everyone. you can see these are high clouds negotiation real radar runs. we will be fairly dry from now through the early part of february. we have a small chance of a stray shower at the coast. it will be breezy and cool. mid-to-upper 50's. everyone else, sunshine, with a few clouds and mid-to-upper 50's. sue? >> in san jose it is flowing n
that out. most of the rain moved into the sacramento valley and down around the monterey peninsula, still light showers around the bay, not on the north bay and now on the peninsula. a little touch of it out on the east bay. livermore had light rain about an hour ago and pushed toward the altamonte pass and down to the south bay, now it's headed down toward morgan hill and hollister. a few showers early today, clearing and cool this afternoon and then high and dry for a little while and for a change. rainfall totals, boy, look at marin county up at the ferry terminal -- livermore 1/4 inch. low spinning over southern california and some aliens have blocked this part of the satellite data. we will have to be in touch with them and see what we have to do to get it back. low pressure is going to continue to move into the south lands with some light showers expected in los angeles tomorrow. we will look for showers early and then clearing this afternoon. pinpoint forecast is calling for if you're heading out of the bay area, partly cloudy skies in sacramento after the early morning showers. it
the -- in sacramento has been released from jail. he is accused of injuring four others in a shootout like thousands of people were in old sacramento. montoya faces murder charges and is scheduled to appear in court on tuesday. sacramento's mayor is now proposing a gun buy back program. kevin johnson suggested the idea as officials talked about the response to the shooting. the mayor said giving people cash for guns will help keep weapons off the streets. similar efforts last month in san francisco resulted in hundreds of guns being handed over. >>> they stepped over security to try to stop a recurring problem. the breaks are a prime time for copper thieves to target the schools. the high school was stripped of its metal wiring. they have made an arrest in the case. school hired a security team to curb the problem and they are asking neighbors to keep an eye out for suspicious activity. >> east bay fire activities may be failing to meet the times. this is the only east bay fire department that meets four key benchmarks for protection. they include having four firefighters in each engine and truck an
. the national weather service and the sacramento offices, they issued a dense fog advisory, meaning widespread fog with visibility down to a quarter mile for the deltas. so vallejo, stretching into fairfield. you're going to find this if you do again have the early morning drive to prepare for that. satellite radar here. we will continue with partly cloudy skies for the afternoon. tracking two systems. the first one is here to the south, bringing us that unsettled weather through the workweek. as we get into the weekend, slowly it is shifting east. so now getting rid of that system. that is actually what has kept our temperatures on the milder side. this system is dropping out. they will bring a bit of the unsettled weather. meaning just a stray shower that will be possible. we'll begin to feel it as early as this afternoon. so this system is exiting, this system is pulling in behind the front with that cooler air as we will remain with just a slight chance of the rain. now, just don't cancel those outdoor plans because our chances are, we'll have partly cloudy skies and cooler conditions for
are the consequences of allowing our spending problem to go unresolved." >>> state lawmakers in sacramento are closely watching this debate in washington. the concern is that if congress doesn't act on the debt ceiling, the national economy could dip and that would likely have a negative effect on california's budget numbers. push >> the biggest risk to our forecast or the analysts' forecasts could come next month and that's from washington, d.c. >> the 2013 budget release by governor brown showed a surplus for the first time in many years and that was thanks to new tax revenue from proposition 30 as well as spending cuts. >>> oakland police investigating a shooting that seriously injured one man. it happened about 8:00 last night on crest avenue. neighbors say they heard about 30 rounds from what sounded likes an automatic assault rifle. the victim ran. he was taken to the hospital in critical but stable condition. so far no arrests have been made. >>> well, oakland's police chief and the mayor, they are working now to stop the surge in violence. 11 people were wounded in shootings over the weekend,
their footlong sandws don't measure up >>> a west sacramento man is suing the subway sandwich chain saying their foot long sandwiches don't measure up. it's the latest lawsuit over the discrepancy. cbs reporter, nick james, has the people's mixed reaction. >> does the inch make that big of a difference? >> sometimes. >> every inch matters to springer. slapped subway with a lawsuit, saying his foot long didn't measure up. >> that's the most ridiculous thing i have ever heard in my life. >> the foot long subs that subway sells are smaller than the advertised 12 inches. consequently, consumers are receiving less than what they are paying for. >> apparently, there's a claim of personal injury. mentally and physically wounded or something, i don't get it. >> there are those that take this seriously. the international foot long frenzy set off by an australia main. his foot long was only 11 inches. multiple lawsuits have been filed and springer is seeking class action status. pauly being shortchanged with her stub. we measured and turns out 12.5 inches. cheryl says she has it down to a sci
. upper 50s from sacramento to phoenix. >>> and when we come back this morning, google maps. where it's never gone before. >>> plus, a major retailer's about-face. good news for bargain-hunters. >>> and barbara's health battle. a surprising diagnosis for our friend and colleague, barbara walters. >>> welcome back, everybody. another major union sees clear skies for an american airlines merger. the transport workers union has agreed to terms if the bankrupt carrier merges with u.s. airways, giving its 21,000 ground workers an immediate race if there's a deal. pilots and flight attendants are already onboard. and a decision on the merger is expected in the next few weeks. >>> a gott agency says the treasury department was too generous. it approved all 18 requests for raises for executives at bailed-out companies like general motors and aig. 14 of those raises were for $100,000 to $2 million. the treasury department says it had to allow the raises for the companies to stay competitive. >>> sales are coming back to jcpenney stores. the company had stopped sales. but buyers didn't buy it a
on sale on wednesday. >>> mayor of sacramento says he can raise the money needed to keep the kings from moving to seattle. kevin johnson told usa today he's working with billionaires ron burke l and mark to raise $425 to $450 million. this comes after a seattle based group led by steve bomber and steve hanson are trying to buy the kings. >>> it could be a big night for steven spielberg at the golden globe. spielberg lincoln is nominated for seven golden globes. ben affleck argo are both nominated for five awards. comedians tina fey and amy will host the ceremony. >>> your new miss america is miss new york. >> drew: there she is miss new york has won the title of miss america. 23-year-old mallory hagan took top honors in the beauty pageant last night after tap dancing to james brown and answered the question about whether armed guards belong in school. she defeated notable contestants. >>> time now 7:21. it's freezing here but it's even colder in the mountains. the new service in the sierra that may make travel a little easier. >>> victims of super storm sandy kicked out of their hotel
as seemingly simple as his bill. what does it say to you about policies, about sacramento, about lawmakers when a no-brainer bill can't get out of committee? >> unfortunately, red tape and bureaucracy exists, and sometimes that overwrites something that makes such sense. >> reporter: critics believe the senate public safety committee misuses rocca. members could have voted on this issue but chose not to. but according to a spokeswoman, the committee's republican vice chairman, senator joel anderson, wants to get rid of rocca so that all bills get voted on. >> there might have been in the past -- there might have been a good excuse for the rocca file in the past, but it was abused. it's basically now being used as political cover. so that members of the committee don't have to take tough votes. >> reporter: we went to the office of the committee chairwoman, democrat lonnie hancock. hi there. who took time to try to explain that it's not as simple as it looks. it looks like the legislature, the committee, just chose not to act to protect women. is that what's happening here? >> no. we are walking
plans for laying off all the workers at its sacramento plant. the first 290 workers will be out of work on february 1st. more employees will lose its job. >>> this week oil tanker accident could lead to big changes for big ships passing under the bay bridge. state safety board is considering tough new restrictions for tankers heading in and out of the bay in foggy weather. on monday, an empty oil tanker sideswiped the bridge tower causing millions of dollars in damage. this week's accident came five years after the costco oil spill disaster there. >>> until now they believed that a quake felt on the northern part of the saundra warehouse fault which runs through the bayer would not spread to southern california. they also thought the reverse was true because both sections are locked. but the central section of the fault creeps which they say provides a buffer zone. new information after the 2011 japanese quake has proved that theory is wrong. >>> the number of flu cases continues to go up. that has local doctors telling people get your flu shot. between september and december there were
on the way. >>> two more arrests in the deadly bar shooting in sacramento on new year's eve what a husband and wife are accused of doing that may have led up to the deadly violence. >>> and how super storm sandy could affect victims. >>> you're watching more thans on 2 [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow, you guys have it easy. i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah blah blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom. no. we had to watch movies in the den because that's where the tv outlet was. and if dad was snoring on the couch, we muscled through it. is she for real? your generation has it made. [ male announcer ] the wireless receiver only from at&t u-verse. get u-verse tv for $29 a month for six months. rethink possible. >>> this couple was arrested yesterday on charged with assault with a deadly weapon. montoya is in custody and accused of firing the deadly shots. two people killed and three others hurt as thousands of people gathered to celebrate new year's eve. >>> a late night snow me believe advent
victory in 2010 and 2012 began last week in sacramento with fans lining up for pictures. after richmond the trophies will be displayed in vallejo and back to the giants east coast root in new york city and then to arizona for training camp. >> do not try to kiss it. your lips would get stuck. >> today it would. and yesterday, especially. >> i can see someone trying to get a free trip to scottsdale, arizona, because they are attached to the trophy. >> it is very cold this morning. not as cold as the records we had yesterday. but, still, colder than it should be for this time of year the first of our story lines. good morning, everyone, south from vallejo you can see the ferry building and the bay bridge with beautiful colors. what colors are they? the colors of the 9ers. big win. big win. now, live doppler 7 hd showing it is blowing in a dry air mass. you can see that when you step outside. you can see how dry it is with not a cloud to be found. temperatures show it is still freezing in san rafael at 32. 29 in redwood city. 30 in los gatos. everyone else is in the mid-to-upper 30's until
. 55, sacramento. 61 in phoenix. >>> oh as you all know, christian holiday season is officially over. ending with this weekend's feast of the three kings. >> right. i celebrated that. absolutely. in mexico city the celebration was especially festive. aimed primarily at children. who traditionally receive their gifts on january 6th. more than 150,000 balloons were released. each one carrying a letter asking for their favorite toy. >> the celebration based on the story of the three wisemen who journey to bethlehem to greet jesus christ shortly after he was born. great meaning and pretty pictures. >> yeah, a big deal. in puerto rico where i was briefly on vacation. we always celebrated this at home. it's bigger than christmas. >> really? huge. >> you put out this box. fill it with grass. three kings come. camels, horses, eat the grass. they replace it with gifts. >> filled with grass, huh. sound like christmas at snoop's house. >> just grass. >> sorry, wilson, to offend you with the snoop dogg. >>> a follow up about the woman fired for her good looks. >>> first, a story that could have
in a shooting after a fight in sacramento. a man was shot and killed outside los angeles. a woman lied in critical condition after being struck in the head after celebratory gunfire. three shot and killed in philadelphia. and then you add to that some 500 homicides in chicago alone last year. 87% of them gun related. how many more lives have to be lost before congress takes serious and extensive action in terms of gun violence? >> well, martin, it seems that the whole notion of death and violence is decoupled from gun laws. it is -- >> congratulations to the nra for that. well done. that's a brilliant maneuver. >> exactly right. i mean, americans to some extent accept a certain amount of gun violence. that's just part of the culture here. now, a lot of people thought that when you see a crisis, a tragedy of this proportion, large numbers of children being slaughtered, that would elevate it to another level. well, it did elevate it to another level for a couple weeks. yet it fades away again. it used to be congress would only act in times of crisis. now it seems even a time of crisis is
in yosemite with 56 in sacramento. still a few lingering showers to the south. we have a high surf advisory along the central coast with significant swells down through santa monica. be careful if you are headed to the coast later on today and bundle up. it is going to be quite chilly out there. 54 at san mateo. san francisco mid-50s. 55 in concord. so not much of a change. numbers in a very narrow range. it's certainly cooler than yesterday, but compared to the bay area and the central coast, very cool with mid-50s. here's a look at our accuweather seven-day forecast. still in the 50s tomorrow, despite all the sunshine. the winds will finally dial back. we get warmer each and every day. around average wednesday and mid-and upper 60s thursday and friday. jacques this is february. it looks like then we could see some changes by the end of next weekend. certainly cold this morning. >> cold, but something to look forward to. thanks, lisa. dan harris joins us from new york to tell us had is coming up at seven on "good morning america." good morning, dan. >> hey, kira, good morning to you. comin
the nba, the sacramento kings in seattle? >> the deal was described first and goal at the 1 moving the kings up to seattle. the sonics lost basketball since 2008, however, the $500 million is not final right now. the maloof family owns the kings, and they had a handshake deal with the city of sacramento last year for a new arena. that fell through. and now the latest snag may be the maloof family keeping a small percentage of the team if it goes to seattle and saying that they'd like some say-so in how the team is run which to me and mayor kevin johnson of sacramento trying to keep them in town. it sounds like i take your house and you tell me how to decorate it. if you own a small percentage, you relinquish the say-so. >>> we're moving closer to a championship in the nfl play-offs and here's how it will play out. saturday the games the ravens into subzero denver or subfreezing denver, where peyton manning 0-3 in play-off games where the temperature is below 40 degrees. it will be 20s with some snow. san francisco will be playing the green bay packers and then on sunday seahawks tr
. the great sacramento valley. 200 miles of it. literally from the beginning of san francisco bay, 200 miles up the sacramento river. and probably, i haven't been able to count all the levees in my district, but i probably have well over 1,500 miles of levees that protect large cities, medium-sized cities, farms and other critical assets and infrastructure in the state of california. for example, the intercontinental rail system. both north and south. intercontinental highway systems. universities. international airports. these critical assets are at risk of flooding. the army corps of engineers, taking a look at the levees in one part of my district, a basin which is part of the city of sacramento, judges those levees to have a one in 30 chance of failure so that over a 30-year period of time it's anticipated there will be a catastrophic failure of those levees. 100,000 lives just in that part of sacramento at immediate risk because those flood waters, should those levees fail, it would make -- it would be a repeat of what happened in new orleans only the water is deeper. and the flood wate
to the bay area. >> stopping disaster before it happens. why east palo alto is looking to sacramento for a little bit of help. >> reporter: a group of college students sleeping in their beds suddenly broken in on by a group of armed robbers. we'll tell you what happened from their own words next. ,,,, [ female announcer ] safeway presents real big deals of the week. or how to get great prices on things you need. if your resolution is saving money, safeway gives you real big club card deals each week. now's a good time to pack yourh lean cuisine is just $1.99. yoplait yogurt is just 50 cents. resolutions, kept. and charmin is $13.99 for 30 double rolls. real big deals this week and every week. kleenex® care pack of soothing essentials. go to kleenex.com and enter the code from specially-marked bundles of kleenex® tissues. because only america's softest tissue turns a gesture into a complete gift of care. to give a break cancer survivor a lifetime-- that's definitely a fair trade. whoo! you walk with friends, you meet new friends, and you keep those friendships. it was such a beautif
restrict crazy from getting assault weapons. our last call on this is from manuel from west sacramento, california. good morning to you. caller: good morning. glad you took my call. host: go ahead. caller: fine, thank you. i wanted to make mention about the conversation that i hard from some of our police officers here in this area. i won't give their names. nonetheless quite a few were talking and one mentioned during the course of the conversation that he had been there 30 seconds earlier at the school that he would have been able to save half of them. and further on in the conversation the other one said if he had been there 40 seconds earlier he would have been able to save all of them. the third one said if he had been there the crazy jerk wouldn't have gotten in there to begin with. and i have to agree with all three that if you had been there no one would ever have gotten in and if you had seen it occurring outside the school. they have observations out there, i know. another thing, i believe that most of the folks -- not most, let me back that up -- there are a lot of youngster
anderson are also charged in the murder. >> to sacramento area teenagers are in trouble after drugging 2 adults so they could spend more time monday internet. this happened in the sacramento suburb of brooklyn. the 15 and 16 year old girls apparently spotted milkshakes with prescription sleeping medication to their parents of one of the girls they were passed out. this is suspicious parents picked up a drug test kit the next day. the girls told investigators to the internet was shut down daily at 10:00 p.m.. it isn't clear what the girls to get on line. >> in connecticut today, it is back to school for a sandy hook elementary students. but they are not returning to the building that was the site of the december 14th shooting. april williams reports. >> they want to give the student some continuity with familiar objects. >> this will signify that there are back at school and that there are back with their friends and teachers. this is what these children need have a successful year. what is it different is that heavy security that is present. they have more cameras and locks. >> this has
. >>> sacramento city leaders say it's no slam dunk that the kings will move to seattle. a couple of investors are planning to bid for the team. the founder of 24 hour fitness is putting together a group as well as the head of sleep train mattress and a billion area ron burkle. there are report that a seattle group has locked up a deal to buy them. >> hostess has picked a buyer for some of its brands. they said flour foods will buy six of its bread brands, that deal valued at $390 million. they are expected to also announce buyers for its dessert cakes in the coming weeks. >>> this morning the department of homeland security is warning people to disable their java software. the warning after hackers appeared to have found a flaw in the coding that lets malicious software to be installed. java is widely used to write applications and other software. it's owned by oracle. >> lottery fever heating up because the winnings for the mega millions jackpot got a lot bigger. nobody matched all six numbers last night. that means tuesday night's is worth $62 million. in california only one person matche
capital building in sacramento. they were prevented from entering the chamber, their message was received loud and clear. it was signed into law by someone who seems an improbable advocate for gun control. this guy. no, your eyes are not fooling you. that is republican party demagogue ronald reagan, a supporter of what was at the time one of the strictist gun laws in the nation. the panic over black people with guns mag fied in cities like detroit in the shooting deaths of bobby kennedy revoked a policy response from the government. president lyndon b. johnson signed the gun control act of 1968. >> we have come here to sign the most comprehensive gun control law ever signed in this nation's history. >> as we await tuesday for vice president biden's recommendations, the president's respond and the outcry from either or both sides, we are well served to keep in mind in recent history, there's no clear liberal or consensus on gun policy. our freedoms, cherished as they are must be balanced by civic responsibilities. at the table today, dan gross, tracy meres, law professor at yale university
in sacramento. so if anybody has a laser, i'll steal it. the mouse is a laser. [inaudible conversations] oh, the cur corps. got it -- the cursor. got it. hey. [laughter] [applause] what was that about bold thinkers? [laughter] yeah. next time i'll keep my mouth shut. all right. this is the same study population. we're looking at relative risks. and, but this time -- there we are. we've got prior convictions broken down in two different ways. so prior convictions not involving a gun and cannot involving violence -- and not involving violence in this group. and this group further broken down -- i keep losing the cursor -- this group further broken down whether they have one or two convictions, nothing worse than that. okay? then we have a group that had prior convictions involving guns but not violence. carrying a concealed firearm, let's say. and again broken down whether they have one such conviction or two or more. and finally, if you will, at the apex of criminality, those who have convictions for violence offenses. but remember, i am talking about people who purchased handguns legally, p
, gun control advocates in sacramento are seizing the moment, confident that with democrats controlling every major office, the proposals will pass. >> almost any idea that anybody in this country has as to how to further regulate and limit access to weapons or ammunition is probably going to get passed in california. >> buyullets should not be easy. >> reporter: some politicians want to regulate all ammunition sales requiring background checks and annual permits. this state senator takes aim at a fee cur that makes some guns easier to reload. >> what we're trying to do with our particular bill is to, basically, ban that particular weapon because it is, in fact, a loophole in the assault weapon ban. >> reporter: gun owners say lawmakers are chipping away at a constitutional right not to increase safety or reduce the risk of violence, but to assert power. >> they know that as long as there is an armed populace in the state, they will never control the people the way they want to control them. >> reporter: gun other thans vow to lobby state lawmakers and take their fight to court if need
for the sacramento, san joaquin river delta. . a smaller tunnel would actually result in more water for cities and farms. they also say it would with better for the environment and it would cost the state less. >>> a live look from our roof cam this morning. just a gorgeous looking day outside stepping out maybe not feeling as good. still, freezing in some areas. but temperatures now slowly turning around and for the afternoon we'll be below average. 36-degrees in napa. 34 in fairfield. these areas starting out at freezing so now a tiny bump there. still cold. 41 in novato. mid 40s around the bay. san francisco reporting mid 40s as well as oakland. 31 defrees in calistoga. into the east bay temperatures chilly this morning in walnut creek 35 for you. 38-degrees in san ramon. the winds generally light right now. i do expect they will pick up in the afternoon where they are already gusty along the coastline this morning. half-moon bay reporting winds about 25 miles an hour. and even though half-moon bay reads 48 degrees it feels more like 40 degrees. a bit of a brisk start in most  locations. i
in his state of the union address which is scheduled for next month. >>> "the sacramento bee" says many workers were surprised to see higher payroll taxes in the first paycheck of the year. it shrank take home earnings bys by 2% or more. a temporary cut in social security and medicare taxes expired as part of the fiscal cliff compromise. >>> and sunny california has turned into shivering california. frost and freezing temperatures are blanketing the state for the fourth night in a row. so far, citrus growers say they protected their crops using water and heaters. no significant crop damage is reported. overnight temperatures in los angeles over the weekend were in the 30s and in the 20s near san francisco. that's why everybody was cold. >> and we were >>> that's why i love the weather. it's always strange. and it is very cold out there right now. in fact, chilly temperatures in the bay area in the 20s and the 30s. we're currently under a freeze warning at this time. nice and clear. that cold air setting overhead freeze warnings up in many of the valleys.
from sacramento, california. this is about 25 minutes. [applause] >> thank you. [applause] thank you. thank you fellow constitutional officers, and all my friends gathered here this morning. the message this year is clear -- california has once again confounded our critics. we have wrought in just two years a solid and enduring budget. and, by god, we will persevere and keep it that way for years to come. [applause] let's not appluad toaud too muc. this is my longest speech. [laughter] against those who take pleasure, singing of our demise, california did the impossible. you, the california legislature, did it. you cast difficult votes to cut billions from the state budget. you curbed prison spending through an historic realignment and you reformed and reduced the state's long term pension liabilities. then, the citizens of california, using their inherent political power under the constitution, finished the task. they embraced the new taxes of proposition 30 by a healthy margin of 55% to 44%. [applause] members of the legislature, i salute you for your courage, for wholeheartedly th
in the middle of new year's celebrations. it happened in sacramento, california. people say a fight broke out in a restaurant and it spilled out into the street. three other people were injured. police haven't said if they arrested a shooter or not. >> the daughter of a prominent new york city doctor, and he's an occupy wall street organizer, both under arrest for having explosives and a document called a terrorist encyclopedia in their upscale manhattan apartment. 27-year-old morgan glideman is also pregnant and went into labor after being arrested. her boyfriend, aaron green, is in jail without bail. cops say they were tipped off by another couple who just met them and saw the items in their home. >> that's a whole freaky situation there. >> that's not normal. >> secretary of state heubgt -- hillary clinton spending another night in the hospital. a blood clot in her brain discovered during a follow-up exam for a concussion. doctors are treating her with blood thinners and say she's making excellent progress. she is expected to make a full recovery. >> byop. colorado opened its first recreat
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